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The Kid : Tillie's punctured romance

Author: Charlie Chaplin; Edna Purviance; Jackie Coogan; Marie Dressler
Publisher: Plattsburgh, N.Y. ; Westmount, Quebec, Canada : DSSP Inc., ©2003.
Series: Legend of the silver screen., Charlie Chaplin.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The kid: Considered one of Charlie Chaplin's best films, The Kid also made a star of little Jackie Coogan, who plays a boy cared for by The Tramp when he's abandoned by his mother, Edna (Edna Purviance). Later, Edna has a change of heart and circumstances and aches to be reunited with her son. When she finds him and wrests him from The Tramp, it makes for what turned out be one of the most heart-wrenching scenes
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Genre/Form: Drama
Comedy films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Charlie Chaplin; Edna Purviance; Jackie Coogan; Marie Dressler
ISBN: 1897019459 9781897019450
OCLC Number: 54681651
Notes: Originally produced as motion picture in 1921 (The Kid) ; and 1914 (Tillie's punctured romance).
"Two DVD movies on one disc!"--Container.
Cast: The Kid: Charlie Chaplin, Edna Purviance, Jack Coogan, Carl Miller. Tillie's punctured romance: Charlie Chaplin, Marie Dressler.
Description: 1 videodisc (133 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: Legend of the silver screen., Charlie Chaplin.
Other Titles: Tillie's punctured romance
Responsibility: Charlie Chaplin.

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The kid: Considered one of Charlie Chaplin's best films, The Kid also made a star of little Jackie Coogan, who plays a boy cared for by The Tramp when he's abandoned by his mother, Edna (Edna Purviance). Later, Edna has a change of heart and circumstances and aches to be reunited with her son. When she finds him and wrests him from The Tramp, it makes for what turned out be one of the most heart-wrenching scenes ever included in a comedy.

Tillie's punctured romance: Charlie Chaplin plays a street-smart con artist in this silent film -- Hollywood's first feature-length comedy. Charlie woos a country girl named Tillie (Marie Dressler), convincing her to take her father's money and run off to the city with him. Once there, Charlie leaves Tillie and goes back to his old sweetie (Mabel Normand). Charlie eventually returns, but his wandering eye sends everyone into an uproarious pie-tossing frenzy.

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